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 Kirkstall Abbey Saturday Market

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​Join us at our monthly market (from March to November) in the picturesque 12th century ruins of Kirkstall Abbey.  Have the chance to buy good quality food and local goods, from local and northern producers and suppliers.

The market runs on the last Saturday of the month from 12 noon – 3pm until the end of November. 

Dates for 2015

March 28th
April 25th
May 30th
June 27th
July 25th
August 29th
September 26th
October 31st
November 28th

Recent stall holders

Boutique (who run the Gatehouse Café at Abbey House Museum) – teas and coffees

Blue Pig Company - based near Settle in the Yorkshire Dales and produce a wide range of products including pork, gammon sausages bacon etc

Thistle Mist Farm - Husband and wife run Leeds company, selling high quality soups and cooking sauces
Fayre by Alley; nanaimo bars, a unique Canadian sweet treat (made locally)

Kirkstall Allotments (selling surplus fruit and veg from local allotments)

Battye's Water Buffalo Meat

Cryer & Stott - Yorkshire family Cheese Mongers who are passionate about supporting local cheese makers and producers, focussing on the provenance of Yorkshire produce and supporting small producers.

Really Indian – Healthy cooking sauces and finger food

Oat cuisine – Flapjacks

Gholam Alamyar - Olives, Turkish Delights, Nuts and Baklava

Just Plants – Bespoke plants and Vegetables

Cowboy’s burgers – burgers and hot dogs

Noisette Bakehouse – hot and cold sweet and savoury food

Other stallholders include;

Reyt good cider, The twisted chilli, Frumleys, Whitakers farmhouse eggs, Deepstone kitchen, Nom trading, Olianas Gusto Italiano, Market delivered, Jemlee sweet trees, The Chestnut Tree, Auntie Emily's toffee & fudge, The Sawley Kitchen, Ryan's Kitchen, The Hop Box craft draught beers, Nacho's Amigos, Costello's bakery fresh bread, Jim's Ice Cream, El Kantina, The Little Yorkshire Pie Co, Stickey's Honey, The Yummy Yank, Snowden Hill, Water Buffalo, The Chocolate Chest, Yorkshire crust, Leeds bread Co-op.

In addition, the Kirkstall Valley Community Association and the West Yorkshire Police are often at the market with a crime prevention and neighbourhood watch stall.

Remember, there is free parking at Abbey House Museum and free entry to the Abbey Visitor Centre with toilets and baby change facilities.


If you are interested in having a stall, please call us on 0113 2305492.

Stall prices are as follows:

  • Bring your own stall/gazebo - £15
  • 6ft set up stall - £17
  • 10ft set up stall - £20

All stallholders must provide details of their public and private liability insurance, and environmental health details where appropriate.

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